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  • A special thanks to the Maintenance Committee headed up by Roger Morin – all their hard work placing drainage pipes and elbows on our property is doing a great job taking rain water away from our foundations.

    Mark your calendar and review the documentation in your mail box from RE/MAX  you will be receiving this week for the information regarding the February 27th Special General Meeting. Your attendance is very important and if you are unavailable please use the proxy form which is attached in the mailing you will receive as decisions need to be made.

    We ask for your continued patience while Visitor Parking spots are required for workers as they repair warranty issues on our property. At times up to 5 spots have been allocated and workers will assist in only using then when absolutely necessary.

    Please also at this time review the amended parking rules.

    We ask your participation in adhering to these rules for the benefit of all our ownership especially while Visitor Parking is at a premium.


    Wills Creek – Creating Community – Experience the Difference

  • As the warranty work continues at Units # 39 and # 40 – 3109 we request your continued patience. Visitor Parking may at times be compromised as it is necessary for the Contracting Company to have access to properly do their work and park the equipment necessary to perform it. You will note that a bin has been placed this week on the Visitor Perking spot between Units # 15 and # 16 – 3109. Your Council and Kelly from RE/MAX meets with the Contractor and the engineering firm weekly to ensure this repair happens expediently and efficiently. We appreciate your understanding.

    As a courtesy to our neighbors please ensure if you are having a contractor do work in your personal Unit that at no time are they blocking the driveway space of a neighboring Unit.  Your Council does instruct all Strata Contractors to ensure no personal driveways or fire lanes are used for parking as they perform their work.

    As a reminder – please ensure that all Landscaping changes and improvements to common property have approval before any work commences – this does include adding lights and planting perennials. Instructions are available on the Strata Plan website.

    Application for Landscape Improvements

    Your Landscaping Committee will review your requests in a timely manner and ensure we keep enhancing our environment. We appreciate owners using their time and funds to make our development be such an attractive place to live. As we walk through it is a pleasure to see so many attractive and beautiful yards.

  • Council Corner for week ending October 22nd

    As our ownership continues to create community that makes a difference your Council is creating this new corner to keep you updated with all that is happening in our community. Read on Continue reading »

  • Attention Block Watch Members,

    With March being Fraud Prevention Month and residents making final preparations to their tax returns, the Surrey RCMP is reminding residents to be extra vigilant when it comes to protecting their personal and financial information.

    As frauds involving the Canada Revenue Agency are on the rise not only in Surrey but across the country, tax season is prime time for fraudsters to prey on unsuspecting victims. Residents need to be vigilant if they receive fraudulent communications from these agencies and report it to authorities immediately if they suspect they are a victim.

    “This time of year serves as a good reminder for residents to check their mail regularly when sensitive financial and personal information may be arriving daily in your mailbox,” says Surrey RCMP Corporal Scotty Schumann. “If criminals are able to access this information they can fraudulently use it to gain access to bank accounts, apply for loans and credit cards, or engage in criminal activity that ultimately becomes associated to you.”

    Surrey RCMP has also noticed a trend in fraudulent telephone calls claiming to be from debt collectors for unpaid phone, cable, hydro, or other utility bills. Most of the reports involve complainants who have lost their wallets or purses within the last year and have not reported it to authorities. Scams like this are good reminders to cancel and replace all important cards once lost and to routinely check your credit report to ensure you are not a victim of identity theft.

    Another scam that residents should be aware of that is making the rounds locally is the “black” or “white” money scam. This sophisticated counterfeit scheme comes in multiple forms but usually involves currency that on initial appearance has no colour but can apparently be washed with a chemical that makes it a legitimate bank note. In most cases, the victims are usually conned into making an initial investment into this counterfeit money with the promise of large returns.

    “Surrey is a very diverse community that includes many residents who are new to Canada,” says Cpl. Schumann. “Unfortunately those who are unfamiliar with how our institutions and businesses operate can be more susceptible to these frauds. We ask that residents take this opportunity to discuss these recent fraud trends with family members who may not be aware.”

    For more information on fraud prevention please visit the Scams & Fraud page on our website. If your business or community group would like to host an info session on fraud prevention please contact the Surrey RCMP’s Economic Crime Unit at 604-599-0502. If you are the victim of a fraud, please contact your local police and report it to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre online or at 1-888-495-8501.

    Committed to serving the Community Your Surrey RCMP is committed to providing a sensitive, responsive, professional policing service for all Surrey communities. For more information about Surrey RCMP Programs & Services, how to Protect Yourself, or our latest News Releases visit



  • There is a ten foot aluminum ladder available for anyone wishing to borrow it. It is in the Telus/Shaw room on the 3109 side of the complex. Please contact Jo Tonita to make arrangements.

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